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. >> walid, the police working this particular case, potentially solving this, this quickly, keeping folks safe beyond the initial tragedy at the marathon, except for this -- m.i.t. police officer and another officer who is trying to recover -- is there a message in that for terrorists, that if you attempt this, you won't get away with it? is there anything that is discouraging to others who want to harm us by the way this was handled? >> look, if we use it well politically, meaning, what law enforcement has done and the fbi has done is great. we have been able to stop them, to go after them, very quickly, a brilliant idea of putting their pictures, all of that is very sophisticated on our behalf. our citizens', this lady today helped, everybody helped. but our president should go out and then deliver a very strong message and congressional leaders should go out and deliver a very strong message. this is not a little tragedy. this is not a chapter that has closed. this is going to be a long haul battle with these terrorists. >> dr. walid fares. we will talk to you again. >> thank you. >> w
that these two men were not working alone. joining me on the phone is walid fair is. >> good morning to you. >> thank you. tell me why you think they weren't working alone and why you think they had direction perhaps from overseas. >> caller: heather, they work together, to show them how they work as a team. when a team operates as a unit and we saw what they've done in terms of making those bombs, in terms of engaging and firefighting with the law enforcement personnel, then you go to two conclusions. number one, who trained them. they did not invent that training. those who trained them basically are training others. number two -- >> walid, what makes you think that they were trained or directed by someone overseas? >> caller: we don't know if it's overseas. they were trained by someone else. that someone else could be overseas. they could be here. we had cases in 2002, areas of the united states where training was taking place here. or in other cases where training was taking place in afghanistan and the former soviet union or the middle east. >> one thing i'm wondering where the money c
, fox news middle east and terrorism expert dr. waly will ferris, this -- dr. walid phares. thank you for joining us. that was about as confusing remarks about game changers and red lines as i have heard, your react? >> look, narrative by obama administration by itself, is very telling. telling us that they don't want to intervene at this point in time. in any form or shape that would crumble that regime. for example they say a degree of varying confidence. they know this is the use of the weapon, defensive judgment is there the not there yet. and likely originated from the regime, when you have such a language, not really clarifying that regime is responsible in terms of using that evidence, we don't know whether the evidence is coming from. still that obama administration will have to bring the case to congress, security count, how odd in 2003 we had a similar situation, and obama administration at the time of the critical of it, it is not a clear picture of what is happening in syria. lou: this language, and these calls for action on the part of senators mccain, worker, graham, the
to tell you a little bit more about it. let's go straight to walid. washington lead terse is joining us right now. we're getting a little confused with some of our reporting in light of the breaking news out of texas. but we brought you on today because we're seeing one side of the story here reported in the united states. but there's the global media as well. and you have participated in a series of interviews in the european media and in the muslim world, and we were really interested to ask you about how this story, the details of it, the motive is being played out all over the world. what can you tell us about that? >> well, jenna, it's a very interesting experience. on the one hand, i monitor the jihadi web sites, but on the other hand i had a chance to engage with, as you said, international, russian, european and also the arab and muslim world. and it was moving very fast. the jihadi web site, if i focus on them first, have been very steady, very firm from the beginning. they said we don't know if it's our jihadis or not. whatever it is, when america loses, it's good. this is a v
search for a suspect in the deadly marathon bombings. next terrorism expert walid phares will tell us what the suspect's background would reveal whether they were working with anyone else. tracy: see? a wild week for stocks, oil and gold. we're tracking the markets every move as we head out to the close. the dow is down 10 points. let's look at some winners and losers, on the s&p 500. there it is. chipolte up top. lauren simonetti talking about it even with the tofu, the stock is up about 11% today. we'll be right back. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. adam: 90 minutes until closing bell. lauren at the new york stock exchange it looks like things may rebound into positive territory. >> do you is up 13 points right now for the week. the chart is ugly, we have the dow and s&p on track for worse week since june, and nazdaq worst performer this week, you go google shares are up 4%, they put out earnings, what is important in this report is they are still struggling with their ad revenue, their cost
on the streets of boston? walid fares joins us now. if they were radicalized, in jihad, can you explain how does this happen to what had been seemingly a normal american kid? is it now occurring with other young people in our country? >> absolutely. not just mirk, but many counsel ryes around the world have been looking to find answers about how do people radicalize, how do young people radicalize, do they do it by themselves? is there such a thing as self radicalization isn't answer based on research over many years tdoes not happen alone. there is no self, pure radicalization. two things we need to look at. before radicalization, there is indoctrination, somewhere, someone is convincing that individual that the world is good and bad and that he is a soldier to go go after the bad and everything else in his life will come into that situation. after that, once that person is indock trainated, radicalization depends on circumstances. was it a cleric, a member of family, was it a teacher or if that person has been in civil wars or ethnic wars, was the general ambience responsible? it's a very comp
to make a maximum blast. >> greta: for more who could be behind the attack. walid pharis joins us. is there any clues or to heighten your attention to direction who do you think it was foreign or domestic? >> this operation was device with two explosions with a targeting of civilians only, this wasn't a federal building or military base. domestic and foreign could have done this. if you take the extremists, if you take a unibomber, mono bomber, can't do it but home-grown jihadists and they can do it. the difference who is practicing this the most? we've heard many guests, we've many read many reports but this has been done in pakistan and other areas. it's not sophisticated, but on the other hand those that have been trained are mostly on the jihadist side. >> greta: it's sort of like convict by odds. who is the most likely. we have to look at the actual evidence to see who it is. the odds sometimes are misleading. they send us down the wrong path. we really go in the wrong direction because it seems so obvious because of the odds? >> if we don't have a person apprehend apprehende
back to this. something that -- i have been watching the program with walid fares and others. one of the thpgs we have to ask ourselves is why is it, especially in the case of the younger of these two, someone hocomes here at age of 9 or 10, or 8 or 9, actually, spends a decade here, has tremendous opportunities, wipeds up enjoying the kipes of benefits that even some native-born americans don't have access to. they have this great path toward life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and decides one day, you know what, i am not going in that direction. i am going to kill some people at the boston marathon and fight to the death -- >> why is that? do they do that because someone is in touch with nem? or they are some touch with someone else. >> i would sug that there is hardwired within them, at an early age, a disdain for the liberties of the west that can be awakened with proper motivation. >> at the same time, i have to ask you because i find this interesting -- it does not appear -- although i appreciate it when authorities don't tell everything in ongoing investigations, tha
investment. the principle is good, but the actors were not that good. melissa: walid, thanks for coming on. >> thank ou for having me. melissa:teve cohen's sec insider trading scandal gets the hollywood treatment on cbs, but is the glamourization making it seem more acceptable on wall street? we're going to explain that coming up next. >>> plus, how dare you use less gas. states prepare to slam hybrid and electric car owners with special taxes just for them! you won't believe it. we've got the details. piles of "money" coming up. ♪ ♪ this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. >> you and your firm, you're not really interested in medicinal drugs or curing disease, you're just a man who makes money. even if you have to cheat. >> i'm an investor. i trade stocks. but if i know i picked a loser, i have to dump it. either way i always
is good, but the actors were not that good. melissa: walid, thanks for coming on. >> thank ou for having me. melissa: steve cohen's sec insider trading scandal gets the hollywood treatment on cbs, but is the glamourization making it seem more acceptable on wall street? we're going to explain that coming up next. >>> plus, how dare you use less gas. states prepare to slam hybrid and electric car owners with special taxes just for them! you won't believe it. we've got the details. piles of "money" coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ lighter flicking ] [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where giving up isn't who you are. ♪ this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. so, why let erectil dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about vgra. 20 million men already have. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid lonte injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting mo
is are they jihaddists? too they have a connection internationally? >> gretchen: all right. walid, interesting insight from somebody who knows, expert. if you would, please stick around. we're going to go live to bill hemmer who has been live in boston for us all morning of the you have new information? >> yes. just a little bit here. i want to add what's happening in watertown. the boston police department has done a pretty good job over the past five days of alerting the public by way of their twitter feed when they need to get news out. they just sent this out minutes ago. a community alert, door to door search for a s watertown continues. again, they said watertown. that wasn't cambridge. i just -- two different communities. i want to keep that straight. also uniformed officers searching community consent is critical. think about the last thing that they end. community consent is critical when you put that with all the closures that they've announced already today, be it the bus or the train or various businesses they've encouraged not to open just yet, as the camera swings around, we'll try to ke
they called home? were they radicalized by some foreign source? >>brian: fox news contributor walid phares here to weigh in. what do we know now about this latest chapter in the war on terror in studying these two guys? >> first of all, i went over the past three days into an analysis, a thorough analysis of the facebooks where they posted. the youtube channel of the one deceased, the brother that is diseased. there are links from those pages, facebook pages to most of the jihadi organization that we are familiar with in the region. not just chechen, but also taliban and others. >>brian: this country opened its arms to these guys as far as we can tell. >>john: the younger brother got scholarships. they attended some of the best schools in the country. they certainly were not destitute by any means. how does this mind-set take place? >> that's the same question we had. we discussed it so many times. we had probably about 30 cases over the past five years of individuals either coming from abroad or even born here, and then at one point in their lives you have -- i call it the click. i call i
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